Without mobility, millions of disabled people in the developing world are being left behind.

The right wheelchair can save a life - and change a life.
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  • 70m people worldwide need a wheelchair

  • 80% disabled people in developing countries live in poverty

  • 90% disabled children in the developing world do not go to school

Racing, Dancing and Laughing in Kenya!

Peer Trainer, Lucy, shares some memorable highlights from her recent trip to Kenya...

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Author: Gemma Langley

London Nightrider

Join our moonlit cycle squad for one day cycle ride with a difference...it's at night!

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Author: Gemma Langley

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Basketball

An affordable sports wheelchair for wheelchair basketball, tennis, touch rugby league, badminton, handball and more.

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Author: Gemma Langley

Tapiwa, Malawi

Eight-year old Tapiwa used to worry about going to school but now she is setting her sights high!

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Author: Daisy Evans

Our stories

  • Helen and Brian, Uganda

    Helen and her family's future is now looking bright but it wasn't always so... Read more

  • Tapiwa, Malawi

    Eight-year old Tapiwa used to worry about going to school but now she is setting her sights high! Read more

  • Porimol, Bangladesh

    "When I got my first wheelchair it gave me the opportunity to learn. Before, I couldn't see the environment around me, but with this wheelchair, everything became visible." Read more